Wednesday, March 23, 2016
The trouble started with the trust agreement document. One of the hilarious, sticky points of it is Article V, Section 5.01 stating the Trustee can violate any and all laws in the name of investing with a trust not funded or constructed for that purpose. Fortunately, no purses were snatched or banks robbed.
The section was interpreted and administered to assume that doing anything whatsoever with me and/or the trust was fine and hereby made completely legal, including forsaking the fiduciary relationship and stealing all the money, and that’s what happened. I interpret this as a disbarment-class violation of ethics by the $900 per hour lawyer who wrote it.
It matters what kind of person you are, whether justice finds you or not.